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Adam Lallana Hopes To Take A Part

Adam Lallana Hopes To Take A Part

Still living in the Bournemouth area Adam knows several of the locals and says that the interest for this game is huge. Locally and nationally he feels there is a wide spread interest.

With the clubs having met last some 23 years ago there was almost certain to be a feeling of deep interest and not a little concern.

Talking to the 'OS' he said. 'There's definitely a bit of spice towards this one. We haven't played each other for a long time, I'm sure bournemouth will bring a few people up and our fans will turn out again so it will be a good game.'

He went on to say that he was sure tht the atmosphere would be a little feisty. He added that he has fiends there and that a few of the lads know each other so it will be a good battle on the pitch.

Judging by his manner this is one game that he is sorely hoping to take a part in. Myself I would be much happier if he only came on to have a run out. Not to try and get us back into the game as in the match against Plymouth.

With both teams having had a hard game at the week-end I fully expect to see another match of a similar ilk.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Monday August 9 2010
Time: 11:14PM

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much as we need Adam to fire us up if he is not ready I don't want him to play. no point risking our crown jewels for this game.
sfc4ghg
10/08/2010 08:00:00
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I can agree with that ghg. don't need him out for longer than necessary.
VSrednwhite
10/08/2010 08:25:00
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If Adam needs a nurse he has only to ask.
VS sparkle
10/08/2010 16:57:00
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